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Priscillah suffered a severe childbirth injury (obstetric fistula) due to a prolonged labor, resulting in her giving birth to a stillborn child when she was 14 yrs old. The injury was so severe she has needed to undergo multiple reconstructive surgeries and is still not fully repaired. What is special about Priscillah, is her positive outlook and determination to succeed, despite her history and being bullied at school due to her continued leakage of urine. She hopes one day be dry. Priscillah has gone from being ostracized to now being the pillar of hope for her family. She and her family are grateful that she has been given the opportunity to be in school. She hopes to do well and become a doctor, so she can help girls with fistula.

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Total $500
  • Tuition
    $500

Priscillah's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2017 Form 4
2016 Form 3
2015 Form 2

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Hi Priscillah, what is your favorite thing at school? What are you planning to do after school? I hope to meet you someday! Love, Dr. Liz
Dear Laura M.
Thank you Laura for your support and i promise to work hard in school.
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